DURHAM, N.C. – Guests traveling to the Duke University West Campus on Wednesday, April 26th should be aware of the following parking and traffic alert for Duke Baseball vs. Presbyterian at 6:00 PM at Jack Coombs Field. Stadium gates open at 5:00 PM. Please review the information below and leave extra time in your travels to avoid delays. Parking lot maps for these events and directions to all parking areas are located in the “Related Links” accompanying this alert. For updates on parking and traffic around campus on game day, follow @Duke_GAMEDAY on Twitter.
DUKE BASEBALL TRAFFIC ALERT
Campus Access Available Only at NC 751/Cameron Blvd. and Science Drive Intersection – Due to last day of classes activities, all guests coming to campus for the Duke Baseball game must enter/exit campus at the intersection of NC 751/Cameron Blvd. and Science Drive. There will be no access available via other entry points (including, but not limited to, Towerview Road).
DUKE BASEBALL PARKING INFORMATION
Accessible Parking for Baseball – Guests attending the Duke Baseball game can find accessible parking in the Whitford Lot located on Whitford Drive (GPS address: 110 Whitford Drive) beginning at 4:00 PM. There is no charge to park. An accessible drop-off and pick-up point for Jack Coombs Field is available at the crosswalk area within the Whitford Lot.
General Public Parking for Baseball – Guests attending the Duke Baseball game can find general public parking in the Science Drive Visitor’s Lot (GPS address: 302 Science Drive) and Science Drive Garage (GPS address: 3100 Cameron Blvd.) beginning at 4:00 PM. All entry/exit for Science Drive Garage is located at the main entrance on NC 751/Cameron Blvd. between Erwin Road and Science Drive. Look for the Game Day Parking signage marking the entrance along NC 751. There is NO TAILGATING inside Science Drive Garage – this policy will be strictly enforced on game day. There is no charge to park.
For All Duke Baseball Game Day Information – please visit www.goduke.com and review the 2017 Duke Baseball A-Z Guide for Jack Coombs Field